Acupuncture in Vadnais Heights

Chiropractic Vadnais Heights MN Acupuncture

Acupuncture in Vadnais Heights is the gentle insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body.  This process stimulates movement of energy within the body, allowing natural healing to take place.  Acupuncture helps to prevent illness by improving the overall functioning of the body’s immune and organ systems.

5 Reasons to Receive Acupuncture in Vadnais Heights MN

  1. Prevent Disease from Occurring in the First Place
  2. Keep Energy Moving so the Nutrients Will Reach Their Destination
  3. Activate Digestion, a Key Component for Health, and a Basic Premise In TCM
  4. Stabilize Mood which Influences Everything from Sleep to Work
  5. Stop Cycles of Sickness and Improve overall Energy, Resilience, and General Well-being

Qi Stagnation = Pain/Disease
Move your Qi = Happiness

Move Your Qi, Stay Healthy!

Acupuncture has been practiced for over 2000 years and is part of the larger wholistic system known as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Although often used for the purpose of pain relief, Acupuncture treats people with a wide range of illness, and helps them maintain a balanced and vibrant life. The focus is to improve the overall wellbeing of the patient. According to Chinese philosophy, our health is dependent on the body’s motivating energy known as Qi. Many factors disturb the flow of Qi, and may be physical, emotional, or mental and include: anxiety, stress, anger, fear, grief, poor nutrition, weather conditions, hereditary factors, infections, poison, and trauma. An Acupuncturist will use specific points to open the flow of Qi and stimulate the body’s own healing response to help restore its natural balance.


Does Acupuncture Hurt? Acupuncture is not painful, but one should have a sensation when getting needled. Normally, it feels like a snap of a rubber band, followed by warmth, or fullness. Many people may feel other
sensations like heaviness, distention, or a referred sensation elsewhere.

How long is a treatment? First treatments are longer than follow-ups, usually 75 minutes, giving the practitioner adequate time to review your health history, ask questions, make a pattern diagnosis, and give the first treatment.

How many treatments do I need? A new patient should plan on 8-10 treatments with weekly visits following the initial diagnosis for
best results. This gives the immune system the accumulative response necessary to accelerate healing.

Are needles safe? Yes, acupuncture needles are safe and sterile. They come pre-packaged from the manufacture which is regulated by compliance laws.

What to expect at your first appointmenT

Your first appointment will last longer than one hour, so it is important to
schedule enough time for the treatment. The practitioner will make an assessment using TCM diagnostic techniques which include looking at your tongue and listening to your pulse. They will also review your health history and ask a lot of questions. Once a diagnosis and pattern assessment is made, the treatment begins.

Acupuncturist use fine, sterile needles and place them at specific places on the body to activate the flow of Qi (chee) or vital energy. The pattern assessment leads the practitioner to choose point groupings relative to the patient and along certain meridians for the treatment session. Different length needles may be used, and manipulated or turned to increase their effectiveness. The needles will sit for 18-20 minutes.

The stimulation of these points will open up blockages and allow vital nutrients to reach all parts of the body. Acute and chronic pain, stiffness, and swelling all respond well to regular acupuncture treatments. Acupuncture is a safe and drug-free way to get immediate relief, without covering up the pain.

If you are interested in Acupuncture in Vadnais Heights, contact our team at Jackson Chiropractic Clinic today.


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Jackson Chiropractic Clinic
3508 Rice Street
Vadnais Heights, MN 55126
(651) 483-4321